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Michael P is known for his attention to architectural detail with a touch of whimsical style. Recently, Design Bureau magazine selected him as one of the “Top 100 Interior Designers.” Inspired by his world travels, these trends are all about creating a dramatic impact, whether it be a dark ceiling or statement tile.
1. Walnut - Medium wood tones like Walnut feel fresh after years of espresso and black finishes.
2. Statement Tile - As a focal point in your home, statement tile creates a unique and artistic element in any room.
3. Rustic Glam - A juxtaposition of weathered pieces and modern glitz gives your earthy décor a bit of sparkle.
4. Local Art - Western New York has such a vibrant art scene, keep art local and support our city’s creativity.
5. Blue - If Picasso can have a blue period so can interior design. Blue reigns supreme this year, with rich and saturated colors like navy and cobalt.
6. Dark Ceilings - Move over white ceilings, hello dark and moody…
7. NATURAL STONE - Rough and natural, stacked stone adds tranquility both indoors and out.
8. FUll Wall Window Treatment - Nothing says pure elegance better than full-length window treatments!